Grain store mapping , what 3 words

Had our red tractor crop assurance today , they are now mapping our assured grain stores with" what 3 words " (which is within 3m x3m )
Is this to see which sheds we are loading out of :unsure:
Yeah was told they must only load out of approved sheads. So I guess there will have to be a new bit on the passport and the haulage notes because when I sell grain I don't tell the buyer what store its in only the yard and post code. Can't see a haulage company giving red tractor access to the lorry GPS to ensure he's parked in the correct spot for loading.
 
Yeah was told they must only load out of approved sheads. So I guess there will have to be a new bit on the passport and the haulage notes because when I sell grain I don't tell the buyer what store its in only the yard and post code. Can't see a haulage company giving red tractor access to the lorry GPS to ensure he's parked in the correct spot for loading.

Would need a tracker on the loading bucket to overcome any doubts ...
 

Auckland Blue

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Location
Essex
Yeah was told they must only load out of approved sheads. So I guess there will have to be a new bit on the passport and the haulage notes because when I sell grain I don't tell the buyer what store its in only the yard and post code. Can't see a haulage company giving red tractor access to the lorry GPS to ensure he's parked in the correct spot for loading.
Pretty sure the passports I fill in has a section with store details on it which we fill in.
 

robbie

Member
BASIS
Can we have some fun with these what 3 words???
Shove.assurance.arse
Little.hitler.clipboard
Waste.feckin.time
Neighbours.grain.shed
Nothing.tosee.here
No.vermin.allowed.
Non.compliance.one
Foreign.import.standards

The possibility are endless, I think I'm going to try and think of the most outrageous one I can and use that and see if they pull me up p on it.😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
It's getting such a joke, you've got to just treat it all like a joke.
 

FarmerBruce

Member
Location
Yorkshire
Can we have some fun with these what 3 words???
Shove.assurance.arse
Little.hitler.clipboard
Waste.feckin.time
Neighbours.grain.shed
Nothing.tosee.here
No.vermin.allowed.
Non.compliance.one
Foreign.import.standards

The possibility are endless, I think I'm going to try and think of the most outrageous one I can and use that and see if they pull me up p on it.😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
It's getting such a joke, you've got to just treat it all like a joke.
You won’t get the chance unfortunately. The prat who came here a few weeks ago, had the app installed, asked where we loaded and took the reference himself.
 
You won’t get the chance unfortunately. The prat who came here a few weeks ago, had the app installed, asked where we loaded and took the reference himself.
Iwe realised this after the kids downloaded the app for us but already we have a mixture of words on 3 stores detailing words from loose, unsuitable, polishing and shoveling , not overwhelmed by our new addresses . 'how dare they' 🤔
 

7610 super q

Member
Arable Farmer
I store it in an approved shed, and transfer loads down to another shed ( taller roof ) the day before for reloading into a wagon. It's always raining when I have to load a lorry. I guess that f**ks that up then ?
 
Kids finally found ours- not
 

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What 3 words is enormously helpful for sheds & pads in the middle of nowhere, especially if the postcode gets you to within a mile or is wrong for navigation.

The postcode for our site brings you to a dead end a mile away if you try to use it for navigation, so we now give hauliers and visitors someone else's postcode. We told Royal Mail that our postcode is wrong and that we wanted it changing and they weren't interested. Just said that postcodes are for post, not for satnavs.

We used W3W to make sure all our hauliers are paid the correct rates for their deliveries into store, but we've never had a haulier ask for the three words to use it for navigation.

It's worth noting that there is almost infinite potential for error, if the three words are not quite correct:

readings.baker.years is our office
readings.baker.year is on a riverbank near the Alaska/Canada border where you'd probably get eaten by a bear.
reading.bakers.years is near a rural village not far from the China/Siberia border.
 

Nearly

Member
Location
North of York
Can we have some fun with these what 3 words???
Shove.assurance.arse
Little.hitler.clipboard
Waste.feckin.time
Neighbours.grain.shed
Nothing.tosee.here
No.vermin.allowed.
Non.compliance.one
Foreign.import.standards

The possibility are endless, I think I'm going to try and think of the most outrageous one I can and use that and see if they pull me up p on it.😂😂😂😂😂😂😂😂
It's getting such a joke, you've got to just treat it all like a joke.
Parish Magic Shed
 

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